Strict regulations governing data protection and privacy…
…don’t have to keep firms in sectors like healthcare and finance from embracing the cloud.
Hospitals and health systems must comply with the stringent HIPAA Privacy Rule regulating the protection of patient health information. Financial firms must meet FINRA and SEC security guidelines with regard to how client data is stored. Merchants of any size accepting credit card payments must be in compliance with Payment Card Industry (PCI) data security standards. Does that mean the cloud is not an option for companies in these industries? It doesn’t have to. An IPR Regulatory-Enforced Cloud features all the tools necessary to accommodate the regulatory and auditory requirements of HIPAA, FINRA, PCI, and more. Using sophisticated data security and encryption technology, we can safeguard highly sensitive information at levels that exceed the most stringent requirements for privacy and security.
Audit and Regulatory Compliance Across Industries:
- SSAE16 SOC2 Type II Report issued April 2014, with no exceptions noted
- Adherent to PCI regulatory guidelines
- Compliant with security and privacy obligations under HIPAA
- GDPR compliant
Risk assessment audit approved by:
- Department of Homeland Security
- Federal Reserve
- Big Four accounting firms
- External clients for their internal groups
We have extensive experience providing infrastructure and cloud-based security solutions to clients in healthcare, financial services, legal, consulting, and other highly regulated fields. We are conversant in the compliance issues each faces and are practiced at architecting cloud solutions that meet their respective regulatory requirements.
What if only some of your data requires the added security of a Regulatory-Enforced Cloud? As with all of IPR’s solutions, our Regulatory-Enforced Cloud can also be combined with any of our other offerings, enabling you to protect your most sensitive data completely while taking advantage of less costly solutions for parts of your IT environment that are less vulnerable.